Lemon Lime Albino Slider turtle


lemon lime albino slider for sale – We have some super cute, super rare, lemon-lime albino red eared slider turtle for sale online. Our lemon lime albino sliders for sale are top quality and are without any split or missing scutes. A typical Red Ear Sliders are the most common aquatic turtle pet and can live for up to 50 years in captivity. Lemon lime albino red eared sliders for sale are very active and love to swim. Lemon lime albino slider turtles for sale are basically red earned sliders without the albino missing pigment gene.

While they are mostly aquatic, these diurnal turtles also enjoy a dry, warm place where they can climb out and bask under a heat light. A great habitat would be a large aquarium. A filter is recommended to help keep the water clean, and you will want to include an assortment of rocks, ramps, docks or other turtle accessories to provide ample space for climbing. A garden or outdoor pond is another common habitat solution for Red Ear Sliders. Turtles are social animals and can be kept together as long as you provide enough space in their habitat.

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They are green with yellow to orange circular markings with a dark spot in the middle on their carapace and their skin is an olive green with yellow stripes.
The peacock’s tail is also called a train and contains up to 175 feathers. When a peacock spreads his tail feathers, he is trying to attract a female’s attention or defend himself. Even though we call the birds peacocks, they are peafowl.
Red-eared sliders are friendly—for turtles. They have shown levels of intelligence and owner recognition, and will frequently greet their keeper during feeding time, sometimes even eating out of the palm of their hand. Red-eared sliders aren’t aggressive with people, but they will bite if scared or handled roughly.

Red Eared Sliders have the fastest growth rate within the first few years of their lives. They usually grow up to 1.1 to 1.6 inches within their first year. In their second year, they can attain a length of about 2.3 inches, then 4 inches in their third year, and 4.5 inches in their fourth year
Red-eared sliders are only semi-aquatic, not fully aquatic, so they need land as part of their enclosure. They use this area to warm up, dry out, and soak up UVB
In the wild, they feed on aquatic vegetation, small fish and decaying material such as dead fish and frogs, etc. Pet red-eared sliders will feed on just about anything you give them, but I recommend feeding them a commercial turtle food or pellet to benefit proper growth and health.

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cb hatchling, cb well started baby, cb yearling


Male, Female


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